Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Managing Eating Problems of Cancer Patients

Managing Eating Problems

Chemotherapy and a good diet. Sounds like a difficult combination doesn't it? Patients frequently report altered reaction to tastes, smells and textures during treatment. During chemotherapy, foods that were once family favorites can be unappealing and there are times when you just don't feel like eating. Most stop eating just weeks after begining Chemo and Radiaiton due to unrelenting nausea and vomiting. Oncologists will watch a patient lose 30% to 50 % of their body weight and  won't say a word or  do anything to help stop the life threatening conditions of dehydration and malnutrition..
We want to help you with Intravenous Nutritional Rescue Infusions  for maintaining good nutrition and a healthy body during chemotherapy or radiation. Share this information with family and friends who often ask, "What can I do to help?" Call for a free consutation. Cancer patients can only  benefit from taking control of nutrition. Improve your outcomes, add nutrition back as a treatment choice through chemo and radiation. It is the missing treatment option in all Cancer patients care plan.

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